CCC Eviction Party: Wake Us Up When October Ends

  • Posted on: 3 October 2012
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td>As you may have heard, the Cream City Collectives has received an eviction notice from our landlord effective at midnight on November 1st. While this is undoubtably sad news, we are determined to make the best of it. On October 31st (you may know it as Halloween) we are going to have one last party to celebrate six years of hanging out, giving things away, parties, shows, zines, and memories.

Since it's halloween, wear a costume (or at least a mask *wink*)!

LET'S MAKE THE END OF THE WORLD COME EARLY! MAY OCTOBER NEVER END!</td><td><img title="What is the opposite of attack!?" src=""></td></tr></t...


Was that *wink* really necessary?

I bet they were supposed to write *oink*.

I will miss the CCC. Creative people making a great space. That Black and Gold/"anarcho-capitalism" flag made me laugh. I hope no one took it seriously though.

I got some Fredy Perlman literature there. Where else can I find this type of print in Milwaukee when I visit there again ? Or meet people who advocate these type of ideas ?

Also, the cooperative bookstore in town had a really small anarchist/anti-authoritarian section and a HUGE marxist section in regards to radical literature.

well ... marxists *do* generate a lot more writing. Pretty much all theys good fer!

It wasn't a question of legitimacy so much as assuming the intelligence of their audience.

wink wink wink wink wink wink winkw winkw winwk winwkwnwkwiwnwkwkwnwiwnk

-assumed intelligence, inc

You all were great, and playing shows at CCC was great too.

Give them hell.

opposite of attack is... party..?

Wink, motherfucker, wink! They're telling you to wink. Can't you follow simple directions?

Also on Halloween:

• Spanish anarchist union calls for General Strike:
• Anarchists, Anonymous and occupiers head to Congress for a #HALLOWEENPARTY:


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